EastWest Quantum Leap Pianos – Platinum Edition (Mac hard drive) Virtual Instruments



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Plug-ins: Virtual Instruments – NOTE: This product requires that you have an iLok account for authorization, although it does not require a physical iLok key. Please call your Sweetwater Sales Engineer if you have questions.The EastWest Quantum Leap Pianos collection includes highly detailed virtual versions of four great pianos, with features such as multiple microphone positions, lid position simulation, dozens of velocities per note, and pedal resonances. Included in the Quantum Leap Pianos are the Bechstein D-280 concert grand, Steinway D concert grand, Bosendorfer 290 concert grand, and Yamaha C7 grand. Composers at Sweetwater can turn to this library for practically any style of music. With 263GB of content preloaded on a fast USB 3.0 hard drive for Mac, the EastWest Quantum Leap Pianos collection puts over half a million dollars’ worth of pianos at your disposal.EastWest Quantum Leap Pianos Virtual Instrument Collection Features: Detailed samples of Bechstein D-280, Steinway D, Bosendorfer 290, and Yamah C7 pianos. More than 263GB of content at 24-bit/44.1kHz, preloaded on a USB 3.0 hard drive for Mac. 3 mic positions included per piano for maximum flexibility. 10-16 velocities per note (and again in soft pedal, sustain pedal, and soft sustain). 16 velocity staccato on every piano. Pedal resonance recorded for every note at multiple velocities, as well as with the soft pedal down. Proprietary resonance captured on the Bosendorfer. True multi-velocity soft pedal samples with and without sustain pedal. Articulations on each piano include pedal resonance, staccato, soft pedal, sustain, and repetitions. Recorded with vintage Neumann microphones, Meitner AD converters, and a vintage 8078 Neve console. Mic position mixing in software. Lid position simulation. Articulation matrix for quick and straightforward loading. The EastWest Quantum Leap Pianos collection puts four legendary pianos at your fingertips! Virtual Instruments: Synths, Keyboards, & Organs